Throughout November, our Food Hall is still open daily, offering locally-sourced fresh food and other essentials.
Our Food Hall and Courtyard Garden remain open from Thursday 5 November 10am-5.30pm (Sunday 10am-4.30pm)
Alongside our usual Food Hall favourites, our increased fresh food offer means you’ll find freshly baked bread from The Cake Shop Bakery, local cheese including favourites from Fen Farm Dairy, smoked fish from Pinneys of Orford and delicious cured meats from Marsh Pig Charcuterie. We’ll also have seasonal fruit from High House Fruit Farm, eggs from Suffolk-based Low Farm, and milk and butter from Foulgers Dairy.
We also have a wide range of delicious products and flavours from around the UK and overseas; the finest Italian olive oil sits alongside authentic Malaysian curry pastes, much-loved Suffolk jams, chutneys and sauces, and creamy Cornish fudge. We also stock a unique range of wines and spirits, many of which are produced locally.
New to our Food Hall
Wine & Spirits
We’re delighted to launch a new area in the Food Hall dedicated to an exciting and increased range of wine, spirits, beer and cider. Snape Maltings has collaborated with local wine experts to introduce a wide selection of wine and Champagne; a unique and characterful range which has been thoughtfully selected for the Food Hall. Also discover our extensive offer of spirits, beer and cider, much of which has been sourced from local Suffolk and Norfolk producers.
Visit the popular Farmers’ Market held here on the first Saturday of every month. This exciting array of fresh produce – from vegetables, fruits and juices to locally-reared meats and delicious artisan bakes and makes – is a wonderful start to the weekend for many, so arrive early to avoid disappointment. You can find out more about seasonal Farmers’ Markets at Christmas and Easter on the Events section of this website, and don’t miss the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival, held at the Maltings every September.